5 Hour Ultra-Extended - Down the Rabbit Hole
When the opportunity arose to re-interview most of the people from the Original BLEEP at the Santa Monica Prophets Conference in February of 2005, Down the RabbitHole was launched onto a new trajectory. Suddenly there was 30 hours of additional interview material, much of it filling in holes left in WTB. To finish off those holes a few important new people were interviewed: Lynn McTaggart, Dean Radin, and Masaru Emoto.
Now the filmmakers were off on a huge project to include everything they had wanted to pack into the BLEEP into one film. Adding new animation of Dr. Quantum, the Double Slit Experiment and Flatland, scenes from both versions, plus new interview material – the 5 hour Quantum Edition Down the Rabbit Hole was born.
But this was “just the tip from an immense quantum mechanical iceberg” (John Hagelin in WTBDWK!?). Upon reading the specs for the operating system for DVD players, Will A. realized that they could be programmed to determine how far down the rabbit hole the viewer could go on each topic: that DVD playback could be randomized and configured so that the movie played anywhere from 30 minutes to five hours and never be the same twice. (For more detailed information, view the Rabbit Hole tutorial from the DVD. click here. For some ideas about how to use the Quantum Play Modes, along with a detailed scene/interview list, click here.)
Many viewers consider this the best version ever. Filling up Side A of disks 2 & 3 (the B sides contain never before seen, raw interview footage), the Quantum Edition is the final cinematic dream, which started six years previous. Enjoy.